Timothy Olyphant has joined the cast of the “The Mandalorian” for the Disney+ “Star Wars” show’s second season, according to an individual with knowledge of the project.Details about Olyphant’s role are being kept deep inside the Sarlacc pit. Olyphant most recently starred in Netflix’s “Santa Clarita Diet.” Filming wrapped on the second show and names have started to leak out. Temuera Morrison will play fan favorite bounty hunter Boba Fett in the second season, and Michael Biehn, best known for starring in James Cameron’s “The Terminator” and “Aliens” has been cast in the second season as well. Additionally, Rosario Dawson joined the second season of “The Mandalorian” as Ahsoka Tano, the Jedi character introduced as Anakin Skywalker’s padawan during the animated series “Star Wars: The Clone Wars.”Dave Filoni, who directed the pilot for “The Mandalorian” has written many other episodes and is a key creative voice on the Disney+ series, co-created “Clone Wars.”Also Read: 'The Mandalorian': Temuera Morrison to Play Boba Fett in Season 2The series was created by Jon Favreau and featured episodes directed by Taika Waititi, Bryce Dallas Howard, Deborah Chow and Rick Fukuyama. The second season is scheduled to premiere in this fall. It stars Pedro Pascal, Carl Weathers, Gina Carano and Giancarlo Esposito. And of course: Baby Yoda (aka “The Child).Olyphant is repped by UTA.The Hollywood Reporter first reported the news.Read original story ‘The Mandalorian': Timothy Olyphant Joins Season 2 Cast At TheWrap
Cameras are now rolling on the long-awaited Deadwood movie, with many of the show's original stars now confirmed.
The actor is surprisingly sanguine about turning down the role of Dominic in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, which has grossed over $5 billion.
Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant are back in Netflix's cannibal-adjacent comedy, back on March 23.
At Television Critics Association panel, HBO exec says David Milch has delivered script, but cautions hurdles — budget, director, actor schedules — remain
Netflix has ordered a second season of its new dark comedy <em>Santa Clarita Diet</em>, starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, to air in 2018. You can watch a teaser unveiling the pickup above. The renewal for the comedy, from creator Victor Fresco, Aaron Kaplan's Kapital Entertainment and Tracy Katsky's Kapital-based KatCo, comes less than two months after the series’ 13-episode first season was released on Feb. 3. I hear the show’s writers already had started working on…
In Netflix’s new 10-episode comedy Santa Clarita Diet, Drew Barrymore is Sheila, a happily married California realtor who, in the premiere, becomes a flesh-eating undead person. Her husband, Joel, played by Timothy Olyphant, is startled but supportive: Pretty soon, they’re hunting down people worthy of death to slake Sheila’s appetite for fresh human meat.
On “Conan,” the “Justified” actor told a trippy story about taking two hits of “Willie’s weed” at a music festival — which he said was “at least one too many.”
Timothy Olyphant, star of the new Netflix series Santa Clarita Diet, stopped by Ellen on Monday and shared a story about the time he was the star of some risqué photos that could have gone public. Olyphant was unaware these photos even existed until he got a phone call from the Los Angeles Police Department. A police officer recognized Olyphant in the snapshots and called him personally to tell him about them and to let him know that none of the photos would get out.
Drew Barrymore, along with co-star Timothy Olyphant, joined “Today,” where Barrymore talked about losing weight for their new Netflix comedy, “Santa Clarita Diet.” In the show, Barrymore plays Sheila, a suburban mother who turns into a zombie and develops a taste for human flesh. Due to her character’s new diet, Barrymore lost weight while filming the show to make her suburban zombie character more realistic.
Drew Barrymore is undead and loving it in the first full trailer for the cannibalism comedy Santa Clarita Diet. In the Netflix original series (arriving Friday, Feb. 3), Barrymore plays California realtor Sheila Hammond. Following her death (and apparent rebirth) in the pilot, she and husband Joel (Justified‘s Timothy Olyphant) must work together to keep her appetite for human flesh under control. […]
Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars hit the stage at the 74th Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night to present their peers with awards. Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant joked about an orgy, Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn cracked everyone up with Goldie’s inability to read the prompter without her glasses, and Kristen Wiig and Steve Carell made everyone laugh with really depressing stories.
Timothy Olyphant and Jerrod Carmichael were determined to make it as hard as possible on Conan O’Brien as he tried to introduce country singer Sturgill Simpson, who had recorded his performance earlier in the day.
Timothy Olyphant, the star of "Justified" and "The Grinder," shamelessly reveals the subtle differences between film acting and theater acting on "Conan."
The Grinder is a unique item right now. It’s got a high-concept that takes a bit of explaining—actor who plays a lawyer on TV (Rob Lowe) goes home to help his brother (Fred Savage) at his small law firm, insinuating himself into both the firm and brother’s home life. The Grinder had the funniest pilot episode I watched leading into this past fall’s TV season.
Titled 'Santa Clarita Diet,' the single-cam project hails from 'Better Off Ted' creator Victor Fresco.
Not only has Julia Roberts reteamed with Pretty Woman director Garry Marshall (again!), but the Oscar winner is sharing the spotlight with big-name co-stars Jennifer Aniston and Kate Hudson in this first trailer (above) for Mother’s Day, premiering exclusively on Yahoo Movies. In the tradition of Marshall’s ensemble rom-coms Valentine’s Day (in which Roberts also starred) and New Year’s Eve, Mother’s Day promises to weave together multiple storylines centered around the titular holiday.
New Girl returns on Tuesday night, leading off a re-ordering of Fox sitcoms, with Grandfathered, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and The Grinder following, each with new episodes. In addition to giving freshman shows Grandfathered and Grinder comfortable berths between two seasoned shows, there’s a certain thematic coherence at work here. Each of these comedies is built around an optimistic character who is surrounded by friends and those who would thwart her or his optimism, and who meets a challenge to that worldview every week.
On Tuesday’s Thanksgiving episode of The Grinder, Justified’s Timothy Olyphant guest stars as himself, a fellow actor and frenemy of Dean (Rob Lowe). Related: First Look: Timothy Olyphant on ‘The Grinder’ In the exclusive sneak peek above, the two discuss Dean’s crisis of conscience after being asked to go shirtless.
Justified’s Timothy Olyphant guest stars alongside Rob Lowe in the Nov. 24 episode of The Grinder. Yahoo TV has your first look. The Grinder airs Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. on Fox.